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FKM 90, Black

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  1. O‑ring FKM 90 Black Type: OR-001
    Dimensions: 0.73 x 1.02
    Part number: 312437
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  2. O‑ring FKM 90 Black
    Dimensions: 0.74 x 1.02
    Part number: 347485
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  3. O‑ring FKM 90 Black
    Dimensions: 0.75 x 1
    Part number: 336012
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  4. O‑ring FKM 90 Black Type: OR-002
    Dimensions: 1.07 x 1.27
    Part number: 312438
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  5. O‑ring FKM 90 Black Type: OR-102
    Dimensions: 1.24 x 2.62
    Part number: 312474
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  6. O‑ring FKM 90 Black
    Dimensions: 1.42 x 1.5
    Part number: 330935
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FKM 90 (black)

FKM materials have conquered many applications in which high thermal and / or chemical resistance is required. FKM also has excellent resistance to ozone, weathering and ageing. Very low gas permeability, FKM is recommended for vacuum applications.

FKM has good resistance to:

  • mineral oil-based oils and greases
  • aliphatic hydrocarbons
  • aromatic hydrocarbons
  • chlorinated hydrocarbons
  • hydraulic fluids HFD
  • vegetable and animal oils and fats
  • silicone oils and silicone greases
  • fuels
  • non-polar solvents
  • ozone, weathering, ageing

FKM is not resistant to:

  • glycol-based brake fluids
  • polar solvents (e.g., acetone)
  • superheated steam
  • hot water
  • amines, alkalis
  • low-molecular organic acids (e.g., acetic acid)

Application temperature range:

  • -15 to +200°C
  • down to -50°C is possible with special compounds